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CSPAN
Aug 18, 2013 7:00pm EDT
the state, how liberalism became our state religion. this is about half an hour. >> our theme of the power of the state. benjamin wicker obtained a ph.d. in at six from vanderbilt university and has taught at many colleges. moral darwinism, how we became hedonists showing how darwinism completely undermines the ethical foundations of christianity, judaism, and islam. its materialism cosmology is incompatible with natural law. also co written books, the architects of the culture of death and ten bucks that screw up the world. his book today is worshiping the state, how liberalism became our state religion. [applause] been did the title of my book is obviously all little in your face, i guess you could say. rather outlandish claims. first it implies that liberals where should the state and second that liberalism itself has become a kind of established religion. that brings us to an obvious set of questions. first of all, is this just overblown rhetoric to sell a book? liberalism really has become our established state religion. and liberals somehow do, in fact, worship the state. we can add
CSPAN
Aug 19, 2013 12:00am EDT
, this prison, or religion in prison? >> guest: i tend to think that people are largely a product of their circumstances because i myself am so acutely a product of my circumstances. those two are known -- incarceration on the one hand, child growing up in new york in the 1980s and '90ss at a time when the american prison population is exploding, 600%, 700%, my mother worked at likers island so i was aware from a young time, young age, about the phenomenon as mass incarceration and was always drawn and horrified by it in the way that one is drawn to something like vocation. as for the other piece, i feel the studies are populated by people who tend to be emphatically ambivalent about the traditions of their upbringing. i was raised essentially an orthodox jew by agnostics, although i didn't figure that out until somewhat late in the game. my orientation, both through judaism and the american social justice tradition, also stands independence of that, is very ethically minded. ademption i talk about in the book. the commandments pertaining to one's relationship to the almighty and
CSPAN
Aug 17, 2013 10:00pm EDT
and this particular prison system in and religion in prison? >> guest: right. i tend to think that people are largely a product of their circumstances because i myself am so acutely a product of my circumstances. those two no incarceration on the one hand a child growing up in new york in the 1880s and 90s when they american prison population was exploding 600 to 700% my mother among her many hats work that rikers island. i was aware from a young age about the phenomenon of mass incarceration and i was drawn and horrified by the way that one is drawn to something like a vocation. as for the other piece, i think our refueled of religious studies is populated by people who tend to be emphatically ambivalent about the traditions of their upbringing. i fit into that category. i was raised essentially an orthodox jewish by agnostics although i didn't figure that out until somewhat later in the game. in fact my orientation both through american social justice tradition stands independent about his very ethically minded. the commandments that pertain to one's relationship to the almighty and commandments th
CSPAN
Aug 18, 2013 9:00pm EDT
their way through the prison chapel for more reasons than of worship. he discusses the place of religion in rehabilitation and incarceration. the program is about one hour. >> good afternoon. it's a pleasure to have a conversation about this wonderful book, "down in the chapel." your book may be seen as an opportune moment. this is the year when there has been much discussion, different sorts of the place of prison in american society and the contemporary moment i think in particular. on the one hand of michele alexander, the new jim crow, and more recently i was introduced through colleagues through the new netflix phenomena. on the one hand the public against mass incarceration and the other sort of personal story of an interesting entre in the prison system. in many ways your book is able to do both the risks detailed description of the experience and weigh in against the system as it were, wondering how you see this as a way of opening up the conversation and where it might fit in that landscape for the new jim crow. >> guest: we are speaking after eric holder went on the record abou
CSPAN
Aug 18, 2013 5:30pm EDT
religions in america, that is islam just a religion? well, we had to ask him who is the perfect muslim? it is obviously mohammed. muslims want to be like mohammed. mohammed goes through three stages. the first stage, mohammed is a religious leader in mecca and only makes 70 cumbersome 12 years and he gets chased out of town. and then mohammed goes to a jewish city 210 mouse to the north cold medina. they rejected his faith and so he goes into the minority neighborhood meetings to organize the following and he becomes a political leader. and then mohammed's followers get a little pushy, argumentative threatening to get chased out for disturbing the peace and mohammed allows his followers to rob the caravans headed back to mecca in retaliation for the mac is just an amount. there's two sets of verses in the koran. those revealed in mecca, which are more peaceful and religious and those revealed in medina, which are political and military and the later one supersede earlier ones. in 624 a.d., and i can send a thousand soldiers to protect their turf and then mohammed with 300 defeats them
CSPAN
Aug 18, 2013 7:30pm EDT
to be tolerant, but there are so intolerant of religion. >> the least of certain kinds. there that tall -- no problem tolerating or any other religion but christianity. note that. they're is a reason for that. i read some articles. why can't liberals understand what islam is up to? because they have a long history of -- because liberalism is defined as directly against christianity it tried to come in the 18th and 19th centuries list of other religions as superior to warrant least equal to christianity. that is what the study of religion came out. and in doing that they would list for religion is better than christianity or at least equally good to not christianity off the central pedestal in the culture. that is how your new age professor can go out and worship trees and argue that all christians are not to need to be taken of the public square. so it is not just that they are against religion. they're against christianity. >> thank you. [applause] >> is there and nonfiction author a book you would like to see featured on book tv? send us an e-mail. tweet us. >> this is a place where y
CSPAN
Aug 17, 2013 8:00am EDT
, religion institutions and religious people came to be seen as essential for social freedom. and this remains the central paradox in african-american be life and political history. our discussion will examine the overlapping challenges of creating a basis for black collective activism, building independent black institutions and determining the place of men, women, politics and reapplication in leadership. religion in leadership. now, to our panelists who all have long bios, so i will simply list the titles of their booksv. first, to my most be meet right and moving further along, first is ann think ya -- anthea butler, the forth be coming book "the gospel according to sarah palin -- the gospel according to sarah, that is, how sarah palin and the tea party are galvanizing the right." this will be out next year. edgy glaude is -- eddie glaude is next, author of "in the shade of blue." following eddie, professor glaude, is the reverend dr. james forbes who is the author of a 2010 book "who's gospel: a concise guide to progress -- protestantism." and the author of "the politics
Univision
Aug 21, 2013 6:30am EDT
and then outside of the body of christ... outside of the religious church, we have all these other religions... many of them are very zealous and they are wanting a relationship with god but they're going about it the wrong way, and what this says is that those who say that there's many paths unto god and it doesn't really matter whether you are a christian or a hindu or a buddhist or a muslim, or whatever, as long as you believe that there's a god and as long as you do your best and follow the...the commands and the instructions of that religions, that all paths lead to god, that is an absolute lie. paul is contradicting that right here... says, they have a zeal, but it's not according to knowledge and therefore, they would be rejected. jesus himself said in john, chapter 14, verse 6, i am the way, the truth, and the life: no man comes unto the father, but by me. jesus isn't a way. he is the way. he is the only way unto god the father. these people who say jesus was a great example. he showed the world how to turn the other cheek and how to love and how to lay his life down, and even other
CSPAN
Aug 18, 2013 1:20pm EDT
are not supposed to talk about. religion and politics. because i like talking about philosophy. but what is practical and applied philosophy? it is religion and politics. of course, economics is so jumbled up with politics today, which it shouldn't be. we talk about that, too. all of these conventional concrete bound people think that things the way they are now is the way they should be. i am not of that opinion. >> host: you refer to catholicism of your use as cannibalistic. >> guest: yes, i make a joke saying he grew up in a cannibalistic death toll, which is actually inaccurate decision. it's not much worse than any other christian religion. at this point, christian religions are much less perilous than islam. it is older. they've kind of gone through their teeth in, but all of these religions came out of the middle east that of their desert and worshiped yahweh or allah and i feel bad for the holy ghost. nobody ever talks about him. they are all dangerous and destructive. it doesn't happen that cindy's and the buddhas and confucianist . they don't have religious wars with each other
CSPAN
Aug 17, 2013 5:30pm EDT
. and -- [laughter] basically it turns in to a two things that you're not supposed to talk about. religion and politics. because i like talking about philosophy. what is practical and applied philosophy? it's religion and politics. and of course economics is jumbled up with politics today. which it shouldn't be. we talk about that too, and all of these conventional concrete bound, con stay pated people thinks things way are now should be. >> you refer to your catholicism as a can ballistic. >> i make a joke of cannibalistic. it's not much worse than any other christian religion. at this point. the christian -- this is older and gone through the pain. all the religions that came out of the middle east of the desert and worshiped allah or affinity, and i feel bad for the holy ghost. nobody ever talks about him. i think they are all dangerous and destructive. they created more wars and corporate persecution. -- with the hindu, the buddhist, they don't have religious war with each other. that's because they don't insist they have a one true god you mu worship. he loves you, although if you don
Univision
Aug 22, 2013 6:30am EDT
acknowledge many of these same things, but every other religion on the face of the earth puts the burden of salvation upon you. you have to earn salvation by adhering to their laws and to their principles. but true christianity... now sad to say, a lot of christianity basically has that same mentality and they...they say you got to be good and do all of these things to be accepted by god. but true christianity preaches no, we have a savior... that we could never save ourselves. we could never be holy enough, and so god sent his son. he paid the debt that we couldn't pay. you couldn't ever pay enough to atone for all of your sins, so jesus atoned for it. jesus paid, and all you got to do is make him your savior and if he is your savior then you get into heaven. you get into right relationship with god based on what jesus did and not what you do. we are the only religion on the planet that has that concept. no other religion has this. what a huge distinction between christianity and any other religion and it is the distinguishing characteristic. it's what makes life awesome. as it says in
FOX
Aug 20, 2013 10:00pm EDT
turkish sufi practice to induce a trance like condition through dance. ziauddin sardar: every religion has its own diversity of spiritual practices, islam is no exception. we have number of different spiritual traditions of which sufism is but one, now the prophet prayed, he meditated he contemplated, but he also said, pray but tie your camel, that means praying itself is not good enough you have to do good you have to create a healthy better society at the same time. anybody who follows this spiritual tradition and does good and the emphasis on doing good is very, very important is in fact following on the way of muhammad. rageh omaar: but muhammad's spiritual experiences were firmly rooted in the practical necessities of life. he was not someone who retired from the world but worked continually to reform arabian society. instead of simply waiting for paradise at the end of the world, muhammad tried to create his own ideal society in his own lifetime. by 627 a.d. muhammad had become a powerful ruler in medina but by all accounts in his personal habits and way of life he remained modest. h
PBS
Aug 16, 2013 5:00pm PDT
of religion and politics. the key word is religion. there is no logic that trumps faith. and some of these conflicts are profoundly faith-based. look howong it has taken to resolve the faith-based conflict between northern ireland and and its southern neighbors. it's one of the things that you see more and more now, and even when people try to study it, when historians try to lookt the causes of some of these conflicts, they themselves are criticized and almost thrown out the window because they have dared to question whether a religious war is a just war. gasoline that causes this. the >> what is really important is that the lebanese people do not want another complex. when i'm working thereone of the biggest fears of the spillover of the war in syria. and even t refugees coming over is that this is going to destabilize our country. we are just recovering from a brutal civil war that has left deep scars. we do not want another war. this is important because when you look at other civil wars in the past, you reall yhy had --lk at the former yugoslavia -- the people were not in pro
LINKTV
Aug 21, 2013 5:30am PDT
before setting it alight. they had moltove cock tails and gasoline. no religion calls for such things. islam cannot tolerate such acts. >> this neighbor tried to intervene. but in vain. >> islam teaches to each his own religion. you don't seek to impose christianity on me, i don't seek to impose muslim obyou. >> concerning amongst the congregation are high. there's even a sense of fear. four judges were attacked last wednesday. over 40 churches have been attacked across the country since. >> it can happen any time to any choice. and this was the threat of the brotherhood. if you participate even peacefully at the slightest demonstration, all churches will be targeted. >> significantly contributed to the fall of morsi. some of the brotherhood cried coptic conspiracy. today, the community which represents 10%, is more threatened than ever by radical islamists. >> fleeing syria for iraq now thousands of refugees have been crossing to escape fighting between jihaddist and curtish militia. called a river of people, the numbers were unprecedented. already there are more than 150,000 syrian
SFGTV2
Aug 18, 2013 9:30pm PDT
to tijuana and released. no lawyer in that process. every religion that i'm familiar with teaches that things like that are not the right way to go and we do have public officials who are happy to mention their own religion and i get a kick out of it and check their voting record because on this issue and on your issue, they are part of the problem. who are they? they are your friends. they are the people you like. they like environmental things, other things. these things i tried to talk to them and so have others much more powerful than i am. he was in mexico for 3 months. he had a mental breakdown. he thought he was dead. to check if he was dead he stepped out in front of a trick and the truck missed him. and his mother went day in and day out to check the bodies in tijuana and finally he wondered back and finally the lawyers at a c l u, made a case t . the government was unrepent ant. the best way to do is go to the place and look at the people and be a voice coming out as best you can and say this is what i saw and on the 5th floor, some of them well-dressed people i mentioned in my sta
SFGTV2
Aug 19, 2013 3:30am PDT
's no question of religion, of color of skin, or anything like that. people can be all beautiful. it depends on who they are, but it is not a question of color. for me, both of us were beautiful. and i loved color. color of the skin. tattoo on the skin, which is a kind of color. some blue colors that you add. and i wanted to show that. when i started, i remember that there were some beautiful girls. they're beautiful. but i felt like, ok, but there is also beauty. i have a girlfriend which was modeling for me that i met very early when i started that was from a french colony. she was beautiful and black and very inspiring, very nice. i say, yes, why not. for me, a difference was beautiful. they looked to me, and i wanted to show it. another kind of different was the fact that when i saw farida, i said, my god, she is incredible. i was very impressed by her beauty. very frightened even by her beauty. she was kind of a very arrogant imperial. and african and beauty with a special expression. not arrogant. but beautiful. i said, i want to show this girl which is different. does not know how to
ABC
Aug 20, 2013 5:00pm EDT
for the freedom of religion. for me to be offended for someone to knock on my door with appeals of literature asking me to embrace their high deals and their religion, i think, would in some way short circuit what american society and a free society handle mock cra si stand -- and democracy stands for. >> reporter: the young women were provided with lodging and transportation. you'll hear from him and the california multimillionaire behind this work coming up at 6:00. >>> after a taste of fall, summer is coming back. chief meteorologist wyatt everhart has a look at your first forecast. >> absolutely. temperatures pushing 90 in parts of the baltimore area. just a few clouds in southern maryland. sunshine on tap. deep creek all the way into the northeast corner of the state. mid-80s in glen burn ni. across the east dry conditions. it looks great. the rest of the evening, enjoy yourself, maybe fire up the barbecue grill. it looks good. there will be a mix starting tomorrow morning. some change ahead as we get to thursday and friday. >>> massive wildfires continue to spread across the west, forci
ABC
Aug 21, 2013 5:30am EDT
for the freedom of religion, so for me to be offended for someone to knock on my door with a piece of literature asking me to embrace their i deals and their religion i think would in some regards short circuit what american society and a free society and democracy really stands for. >> that was pastor allow rossi. they provided the young women with lodging and transportation. both sides have met to discuss their missionary tactics. >>> drivers will have company when they hit the road for labor day. aaa is saying 34 million americans are going to travel. the final weekend of summer, that's more than last year. aaa says the improved economy, recovering housing markets and more spending are giving some people extra money and motivation to get out and hit the open road. >>> one baby boy was really excited to see what the outside world looked like. coming up we're going to tell you how dad and a very calm 9-1- 1 dispatcher helped make his birth one that the family will be talking about forever. >> plus we're going to kick off the ravens season the right way, with keith ban. we've got more details on
Univision
Aug 21, 2013 6:00am EDT
major subjects that are hallmark in our religion. listen, if you are a student of the gospel and the trial of jesus, doesn't this look familiar? they blame jesus for speaking blastamy and got witnesses against him true. for freedmen the issue was not truth the issue was winning. you have to deal with the women you are dealing with in struggles or disputes or some type of defenses of your faith they are not into getting truth from you. they are into winning. your motive is they are walking into something they may not get out of. the holy spirit is deal down wrecking deep in the inner person. is that true. they are trying to lay intellectualism to up root you. you realize in your camness you are speaking the truth because it is not you doing the work but it is the holy spirit doing the work and he's using the words of work and he is working in places that people don't want to be worked on. all you have to do is remember how some of you got saved. you wasn't trying. you wasn't trying to receive the truth once it happens the power of god, that's powerful. so they secretly induced
SFGTV2
Aug 15, 2013 12:30am PDT
it clear while we don't have jurisdiction over religion in the same way we don't over sexual orientation, what we're seeing in all of these -- and all of these are case by case, you can't just broad sweep the laws -- when students are bullied and harassed in this world because of religion, in most instances a lot of that is not about race or religion, it's because. perception that students that share certain religious traits also share certain ethnicities and that is discrimination and that falls under title 6. it is not just about enforcing the laws that make it clear how the laws apply. it is, though, as we said, you can't get at this through enforcement alone. this is a culture that tolerates this and in too many ways promotes it. as tom mentioned we have an unprecedented partnership not just between our agencies but agencies across the federal government that the president has convened to bring our best resources and minds to bear to do something about it. there is now a web site, stopbullying.gov where a tool kit is being developed and these kinds of best practices are being promo
FOX News
Aug 19, 2013 10:00am PDT
surveyed were unable to identify a single right specified. not speech or religion or assem bleechlt 47 said freedom of speech is the most important. one percent freedom of the press. and others believe that the first amendment goes too far in the rights guaranteed. founders spinning wildly in their grade. >> it is fairly forward and that she has decided to enter the public fray so quickly. she could do the foundation work and issue work and build the campaign and develop a message without being so far out in front of them. >> that was former obama press secretary robin gibes on how hillary clinton's unannounced campaign is a early thing. there is possibility for early controversy. we reported on the criticism of how the clindon administration is spending its money. a big part of the controversy could end up winding up coming from the former president himself. editor of power mri on fox nows.comlive. and folks don't want to miss if they want to know the e-mail. chris, you are a busy man. >> i cannot disagree with anything you said. i am nototal agreement on that. >> fox first note that come
CSPAN
Aug 16, 2013 8:00pm EDT
at the forward by director and playwright david mamet. the new religion as phillips teaches his secular humanism which although it lacks logically consistent precepts does contain innumerable sanctions and taboos. of these latter the most observed is loud and clear, do not tell the truth. what does he mean by that? >> guest: what he means is what i was alluding to and of course david has bought the same kind of fight that i've been involved in. he came to it more recently and has himself been somewhat victimized by this. and what he, part of what he has come to realize as i was saying people particularly on the left of the political divide are gripped by a variety of ideologies which means that they state things as true which actually reflect the world as they would like it to be but they are not true. they don't believe there is such a thing as truth and that's what he is fighting all the time himself over a four idea tissues. it has changed the way i think he looks at the world. it has change what is in his -- let's go back to "the world turned upside down" you spend a lot of time in the book
CSPAN
Aug 19, 2013 1:20am EDT
basically it turns into the two things you're not supposed to talk about of religion and politics because i like talking about philosophy but what is practical and applied philosophy? in economics is so jumbled up with all these conventional and constipated people with the way that they should be. >> host: you refer to your catholicism as cannibalistic? >> yes. i make the joke to grow up in a cannibalistic death cults that is the accurate description but it is not much worse than any other christian religion. at this point it is much less virulent than is long but more so than judea's some fat has gone through their teething pains but all of these came out of the middle east desert to worship yah way or all lot and i feel bad for though holy ghost nobody ever talks about him. i think they're all the interests fakery persecutions and that does not happen -- happen with the hindus or buddhist or confucian federal have religious wars with each other. because they have the one true god but they will send you to hall. >> host: who are some of your favorite authors? >> i don't know. most of my re
PBS
Aug 18, 2013 10:00am PDT
fewer abortions and more girl babies. for religion & ethics newsweekly, this is fred de sam lazaro. >>> here in the united states, after-school programs are gearing up for fall. many of them promise "enrichment" for students, but one in particular also turns that promise outward. build-on, established 20 years ago, puts students from 73 high schools to work on service projects in their tough urban neighborhoods. in the process, as bob faw discovered, both communities and teenagers are transformed. >> everybody real quick. i'm sure you guys all know when you pull out your weeds pull out the roots, as much roots as you can. >> in a poor south bronx neighborhood, high school sophomore rhani davis and senior eddie bonner, volunteers in a group called buildon, are doing more than turning a vacant lot into a community vegetable garden. >> i think that's one of buildon's mission statements, we see a problem, we feel like we need to fix it, and that's when we come in. >> shake the dirt off. leave the dirt inside. we basically transformed a weeded out, destroyed area. we can actually say th
SFGTV2
Aug 15, 2013 2:30am PDT
religion, but particularly islam, there's not always a clear understanding to what the first amendment guarantees, which is the right to teach about a religion but not proselytize about it. i think there's fear of associating with anyone associated with islam. there are events outside our control that creates more interest and unfortunately also makes people more afraid. one of the programs we are about to launch is putting all our content online so a teacher in north dakota where there are no muslim, potentially, no expert can come to her classroom, they can go to our web site and download the content and teach the things we are teaching. >> i think partnerships are the best way to overcome the limitations because we all have limitations. and sometimes it's just visibility. we actually have on our web site 50 short films and one of them is a muslim student from a school in fremont going to a school in arinda talking about what it's like going to school as a muslim in the united states and they are asking questions and you see we are all kids in school and we have more similaritie
Univision
Aug 20, 2013 6:30am EDT
, to the jewish religion at all. they were still living in ways that were unacceptable by the jewish law, and i could say, the old testament law. it was unacceptable, yet they had obtained right standing... righteousness with god because they sought it through faith in what jesus did. the religious jews had rejected jesus as being the only way. some of them had acknowledged that jesus was even the messiah, but they wouldn't put their faith only in him. they just made him a part of the equation and they believed that not only do you have to make jesus your lord and make him your messiah, but you also have to live holy and unless you keep all of these rituals and all of these laws, god will not accept you. see, that same attitude is prevalent in religion today. there are huge numbers of christians... there are many christians who have truly put faith in jesus as your savior and you believe if you were to die you would go to heaven, and yet, you are maintaining your relationship with god through your adherence to all of these rules and regulations and if you fail in any area, you let condemnation
Univision
Aug 22, 2013 6:00am EDT
of salvation. and did you realize this that christianity is the only religion on the face of the earth that has a savior? there isn't the concept of a savior in any other religion. hindus... muslims...
CNN
Aug 18, 2013 3:00am PDT
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FOX News
Aug 20, 2013 3:00am PDT
't pray in school or include religion, why is it okay to hang that sign up. krista mitchell and scott pence have a daughter in the class. good morning. >> good morning. >> your daughter came home and said what hanging on the wall. >> she said there were pictures that god is dead and satan was alive. >> show found that offensive? >> it was a little misleading. what she knew of the story. of course it made a little more sense to her. but was misleading. >> scotty, you're upset with something like that. that god is dead, was allowed on the walls of the public school. >> the thing that gets me is it's not so much they are not allowed to pray in school. they can disappear in corners and do what they want to do. it seems to me if the school says we do not have religion in school through the academic part of things, if you're not going to teach god, or teach the good of god, you shouldn't be plastering god is dead, satan lives, there's no heaven only hell. it doesn't sound like a positive thing for kids to come in and see. you never know that you have a kid that's borderline fighting depress
MSNBC
Aug 20, 2013 10:00am PDT
is, what is the role of religion in public life? on the one hand, those who say it should take predominant role. others say, religion has its place, but it needs to be restrained. again, when you arrest the leader of the muslim brotherhood as they did today, that tells you something. it tells you that they want to constrain it. they don't want it to take over everything. but as i said before, this is a process that's going to play out over a long time. remember, egypt is the a country that has never known political pluralism in the sense that people have had the opportunity to influence through political parties and through political participation the future of their country. all of that was made possible with the overthrow of mubarak, and that process is going to take ten years at least to play out. let's be patient. let's practice strategic patience as a country and as a policy. >> can you broad didn't to the overall region? >> sure. >> egypt was kind of among the first in the wave of this arab spring. >> uh-huh. >> seen a lot of turmoil and instability in other countries inc
Al Jazeera America
Aug 21, 2013 3:00am EDT
ordinary people in the religion want to move on, out of the war and into a new future. from al jazeera, thailand. >> the french aid organization doctors out borders has ended all of its operations in somalia because of its increasing violence. it's been in the country for over two decades despite wars and murders of two of its workers. now they're set to leave completely. >> reporter: this is the hospital, one of numerous medical facilities in somalia, formerly supported by doctors without borders. >> msf has acted in the role of somali's ministry of health over the last 20 years. if we don't get another sponsor we would have no option but to close the hospital. >> reporter: they provided for everything here, from basic medical supplies to equipment and facilities to performing major surgery. they have been playing the staff of the hospital. now they have only three months of medical supplies and funding for the organization's top support. the decision to pull out of somalia will deny many people access to healthcare. last year the organization provided treatment for thousands of peopl
Comedy Central
Aug 20, 2013 11:30pm PDT
are the only quaker in congress. >> yes. >> stephen: quaker is a pacifist religion. >> it's anti-war. quakers are proud of looking for alternatives to war. >> stephen: would you engage me a thumb war? let's do it. one, two, three, four -- wait, no, that's cheating. >> (laughs) >> stephen: you just -- first first striking ability, something the united states has promised to never do. one, two, three, four, i declare a thumb war. (audience chanting "stephen") good luck on tuesday, the stars say it's very favorable. >> thank you, stephen. >> stephen: let's put new jersey's 12th up on the big board! (cheers and applause) looks like somebody in princeton just failed their nuclear physics midterms. don't forget, new jersey, the primary is tomorrow. go vote. we'll be right back. (cheers and applause) /// (cheers and applause) >> stephen: hey, welcome back, everybody! folks it's vacation season and i hate to admit this but i hate when t way americans are perceived when visiting the old country. i want those filthy garlic eaters to like us. (laughter) naturally, i was upset to learn that italians w
Comedy Central
Aug 21, 2013 11:00pm PDT
under haram they have their own religion which follows jesus christ. >> judaism rejects yes us is christ. >> australia, you truly are a nation of criminals without was w that magnificent soundbite you just stole my heart! (laughter and applause) that interview took place last week and there's been an important development since then. >> stephanie bannister has now pulled out of the race. >> she's like pure uncut palin. she quit a job she didn't even have yet! you see, that is why the concept of a four-week election is so attractive. it speeds everything up. week one: candidate announces. week two: she says something stupid. week three: she's smacked down by the press. week four: she withdraws. week five: there is no week five and nobody ever hears from her ever again! we can have this, too, america! if we all just agree not to say another (bleep)ing word about the 2016 election. here, look, i've set an alarm clock here for 2016. when that goes off, everyone is allowed to go nuts. until then, please pretend we don't give a (bleep). because deep down we really don't. we'll be right back. (
PBS
Aug 22, 2013 6:00am PDT
of their religion or ethnicity. >> quintana visited a refugee camp last week to investigate clashes between muslims and buddhists. it's displaced 140,000 mostly rohingya muslims. he also visited the site of more violence. he says his car was surrounded by an angry mob of around 200 people banging and kicking the vehicle. he says security forces failed to step in. adding him understand the violence. the government on thursday rejected the envoy's allegations saying he was well protected. thailand's prime minister will mark two years in office on friday. the anniversary comes as tensions are once again rising over her brother. also served as prime minister after he was deposed in a military coup. now deep divisions are emerging about whether he should be allowed to come home. nhk world reports. >> reporter: earlier this month a crowd of more than 3,000 supporters of the former prime minist minister. >> translator: i want thaksin to come back. >> translator: prime minister yingluk is doing a great job. >> reporter: exposed again when yingluk made a controversial speech in mongolia in april. >> which m
Univision
Aug 14, 2013 11:00pm PDT
sapien también se presentaron con motivaciones. >> residentes de diferentes raza sy religiones pusieron el esfuerzo para yudar a las personas hasta llegar a bakersfield. >> denberian de gozar de elos mismos derehcos afirma hellen cook. >> hay muchjo por aquí que si apoyan y si piensan los millones de gente aquí que tienen un modo de ser ciudadanos y por eso estoy aquí que hay gente que si piensan así. >> es increíble especialmente cuando hemos caminado tantas horas y que hay personas que están aquí apoyandonos. >> es un camino a la ciudadanía para quienes viven con el miedo de ser deportados. >> ellos vienen y hacen este país mejor. >> una de las participantes es stefany mendez y más adelante tú tendrás la historia. >> presionan a jerry brown para que entregue la el informe de las comunidades seguras, la congresista por san francisco nancy se une a sus colegas en san josé en apoyo a este esfuerzo. >> el presidente barack obama podría tomar un decisión ejecutiva y así autorizar a los 11 millones de indocumentados. >> la reforma de no ser aprobada, muestran las consecuenci
ABC
Aug 16, 2013 11:00am PDT
religion and i'm afraid for my country. i don't afraid for my life. >> reporter: the interior minister authorizing the use of deadly force on demonstrators. it came to that. you can see tear gas canisters flying through the air, bullets, too. the protests show defiance, a response to wednesday's horrific violence. more than 600 people were killed in that one day. >> you can't kill your own people and get away with it. >> reporter: the white house says president obama was briefed on the violence in egypt today by a national security adviser susan rice who is traveling with him. president obama is on vacation in martha's vineyard. he's scheduled to return to the white house on sunday. >>> officials are giving more details for the planned implosion of a building on the east bay campus. more than 1100 debt been set up. they want to keep the dust to the minimum. geologists are using the implosion as an opportunity to study the impact. so they have placed 600 sensors around the east bay to measure the movement. if you would like to see the implosion as it happens, we will be streaming it liv
CBS
Aug 18, 2013 5:00am PDT
, usually do not do it. >> okay. and this conversation really easily shoots around theology, faith, religion and suicide. can you talk a little bit about that history and that interaction? >> reporter: we've always had an interesting relationship with the faith community because at one point so many people were dying that the faith community in almost every form, jewish and christian declared is a sin and would not bury people with their families. they had shame for the family and shame for the person. and then they developed a compromise about the 14th century that said, if you died under the influence of an irrelevant resist i believe force, could you be buried with your family. and what was the force? it was mental illness so mental illness and suicide became welded to one into the. and the mental illness, mental health system is forced to deal with people that are suicidal and though they may not be suicidal because they're mentally ill. it is a curious way that we say if you are suicidal, you muck mentally ill. that does not necessarily follow because you could be in a crisis because of
PBS
Aug 22, 2013 5:00pm PDT
wild in the community and protect all people regardless of religion or ethnicity. >> quintana visited a camp last week to investigate clashes between buddhists and muslims. it killed at least 192 people and displaced 140,000. mostly were muslims. he visited a town, the site of more violence in march. he said his car was surrounded by an ingery mob of around 200 people banging and kicking the vehicle. security forces failed to step in, adding that the incident helped him understand the fear felt by victims of the violence. the government rejected the allegations, saying he was well-protected. >> e merginging economic powers struggling with poverty. emboldened citizens demanding democracy and the threat of violence and the push for peace. the shadow of conflict. get mus and insight on south and southeast asia every weekday live from bangkok, only on nhk world "newsline." >> dancers push theirs to the limit twirling and leaping. the physical demands force most to retire in their 30s. this japanese ballerina is still at it at the age of 64. nhk world's keiko kitagawa has her story. >> yok
PBS
Aug 16, 2013 2:30pm PDT
. this is kyra. they chanted, we do not care about life, we sacrifice ourselves for religion. they set off for ramseys square less than a mile away. the muslim brotherhood's plan was for 25 demonstrations to converge on the square. for af them were spoiling fight, demanding the death of general sisi, the armed forces chief who demanded the imprisonment of elected president mohamed morsi. once the armed forces were seen as a protective -- protectors of egypt. not by these men anymore. elsewhere in cairo, armed men headed for ramseys square opened fire. for around an hour, the protests in the square was angry but peaceful. then it rocks were thrown at the police station nearby. the interior ministry had warned that live fire would be used if security forces were attacked. it all escalated quickly. first tear gas then automatic weapons from the police station. i did not see demonstrators with guns, but the official media hearsay many in the crowd were armed. say many in the crowd were armed. some bullets came very close. there was fire into the walls in the last couple of minutes just above w
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